Bros.

Bros.

plusarchitekt:


Krause Music Store, Chicago, Illinois, 1922
Louis H. Sullivan

plusarchitekt:

Krause Music Store, Chicago, Illinois, 1922

Louis H. Sullivan

definitionofbrotherhood:

born2diex-x:

Six-Word Stories That Are Absolutely Heart-Breaking.

Dang. :(

smurflewis:

4gifs:

Straight bar passing through a curved hole

this makes me so angry


For the comment.

smurflewis:

4gifs:

Straight bar passing through a curved hole

this makes me so angry

For the comment.

(via heartlessmuffineater)

taylorswift:

I’m kind of rethinking the album cover.

taylorswift:

I’m kind of rethinking the album cover.

by-grace-of-god:

St. Gianna Beretta Molla, shown on her wedding day to Pietro Molla, September 24, 1955 

by-grace-of-god:

St. Gianna Beretta Molla, shown on her wedding day to Pietro Molla, September 24, 1955 

(via restlesshippo)

alwaysabeautifullife:

Novena to the Most Powerful Hand


“O Powerful Hand of God! I place my Christian soul before you, and in my despair and anguish, beseech you to aid me with your almighty power. At your feet I place the devotion of my sorrowful heart that I might be delivered from my suffering. May the loving kindness of your power help me and give me strength and wisdom to live in peace and happiness. Amen.” 

Our Sentimental Humanitarian Age | The American Spectator
"I always thought it would be difficult to imagine a period in which the West would be more adrift than the 1970s. Being a child at the time, I was spared consciousness of most of that miserable decade. Thus far, however, the second decade of the 2000s seems likely to give the 10 years that spawned Watergate, stagflation, the Carter presidency, the Oil Crisis, Idi Amin, the Baader-Meinhof Gang, Jim Jones, Pol Pot, the Red Brigades, and the Iranian Revolution (to name just a few of the star attractions) a serious run for its money as a byword for Western decline."

Our Sentimental Humanitarian Age | The American Spectator

"I always thought it would be difficult to imagine a period in which the West would be more adrift than the 1970s. Being a child at the time, I was spared consciousness of most of that miserable decade. Thus far, however, the second decade of the 2000s seems likely to give the 10 years that spawned Watergate, stagflation, the Carter presidency, the Oil Crisis, Idi Amin, the Baader-Meinhof Gang, Jim Jones, Pol Pot, the Red Brigades, and the Iranian Revolution (to name just a few of the star attractions) a serious run for its money as a byword for Western decline."